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CBS
Jan 8, 2010 6:00pm EST
southern united states. the roads were more like ice rinks in atlanta. scores of accidents plagued the atlanta area but no one was seriously hurt. further south the problem is black ice. topper has been telling us about it. this is video out of huntsville, alabama where the roads are slick. the best advice is slow down and remember to steer in to a skid. >>> crews battled flames and the elements fighting this blaze at a nebraska strip mall. investigators believe the fire started in a bagel shop. water from the hoses froze before it could reach the flames and that's because the temperature in nebraska overnight was 14 degrees below zero. since the shops were closed, no one was hurt. 14 degrees below. >> can you imagine fighting a fire in 14 below. >> miserable. absolutely. tell us how we will feel here although not quite so cold. >> although wind chills in the single digits in the suburbs. colder air of the season. clippers do that. clippers usher in arctic air. here's the next three days. temperatures will not make it above freezing until monday. near 30 tomorrow. windy and breezy at t
CBS
Jan 28, 2010 6:00pm EST
have full voting rights for them in the congress of the united states. there's no question about that. and certainly, they will take a lead from a congresswoman norton. but you are still trying to find a way to do it in a way, that shows the strongest support for the voting rights, i'll tell you. >> reporter: the dc delegates, they say they plan to bring a bill on the voting rights to the house floors this spring. >>> a teenager died after being shot in the district last night. and it happened in a parking lot along the street in southeast. armando troy is live with a visual getting underway. >> reporter: a sight that has become too common for them. and yet, another visual for a young man, senselessly, gunned down. now police, they are telling us that it was robbery for them that was the motive behind the violence, a violence that was heard by neighbors right outside the door. and one of them, ran out to help the victim. >> he had been shot several times, bleeding constantly. >> reporter: the 18-year-old gunned down at the parking lot. wednesday around 10:30 p.m. >> all we know is tha
CBS
Jan 21, 2010 6:00pm EST
depend on the money from the people from the united states so they can start life over again. >> the haitian people are overwhelming. they are more than accommodating. >> the personnel from the u.s. ship the comfort flew in to help and the most serious flew back to the ship for surgery. the navy is trying to add about 350 more members to the ship and to quadruple the number of beds on board. the crew is now on the ground providing critical medical care for the quake survivors. tune in at 7:00 for the latest. >>> well, look around, you may not personally know anyone effected by the quake in haiti, but maybe you do. >>> it turns out there are at least about a half of the prince george's police department spending much of the last week and a half in a panic. they have family members in haiti. >> if i could, along with the rest of my comrades, we would be on the plane this afternoon if we could. >> reporter: they are police officers whose first instint is to run to help. >> do we feel a certain amount of guilt? yeah, we do. we are all here and we would like to get down there to d
CBS
Jan 4, 2010 6:00pm EST
protect the president of the united states. the secret service just admitted today that they let in a third uninvited guest to president obama's state dinner to the white house. bruce leshan is live in the newsroom with more on this latest development, bruce? >> reporter: yeah, lesli, they actually told the congressional hearing last month that they were the only white house gate crashers. but after going back and reviewing the security video at the same time the secret service was forced to admit that today, it was wrong. the salahis wielded their way into the white house by turning out there and insisting that they were suppose to be on the list. they have yet to unname the third uninvited guest to find another way in. and they befriended members of the area for them on the hotel, invited to the hotel by the state dinner. and they were under our responsibility. and that went from the local hotel to the white house. and there is a person that is not authorized to be in that group. to insert that for themselves and that group. >> the white house did not even know about that. >> the be
CBS
Jan 14, 2010 6:00pm EST
, the united states. right now, they are packed. they only have three bags. and it's got to sustain them for the next 12 to 14 days. here's what's in it. and they even have rule books for these types of disasters. and they have knee pads, breathing ap are teus which is important to dig it up from the debris and the dust. they need to make sure that they can breathe with that. if p-rz and they also have a change of clothes. i've got to tell you, they have a lot in here. they only have a sweatshirt, extra boots and pants. but that's what they are dealing with that they know exactly what they are doing. so they are ready to go. we have video from them earlier today. they have been packing their bags this afternoon. and everything that they have put in there, that has to be self-sustaining and it has to have a purpose. because that is so limited and they are going into such a are vanned area as people -- ravaged area. they are getting their water bottles packed away. they are also bringing the k-9 health and rescues to identify victims. the first team of 81 have already rescued one man.
CBS
Jan 27, 2010 6:00pm EST
. >> toyota's decision to suspend production on eight models affects four factories here in the united states and one in canada. >> they did the best thing. stop it, correct it, and go back and sell the cars. >> based upon what general motors has done in the past or not done in the past, and not recalling some of their flawed vehicles, i think is a marvelous job. >> what does this mean for toyota? more than 2 million of its cars are affected by the recall. paul lester for 9news now and wusa9.com. >> toyota officials aren't quite sure how long this sale suspension will go on. they do say there are no known deaths caused by the defect. >>> okay, so getting closer to the weekend and more detail about snow or whatever it's going to be. >> a little bit. the arctic front is going to fall tomorrow night like a stone, my friend. that will set the stage for possibility of snow over the weekend. here's your forecast first. now the next three days, 49 tomorrow. could see a rain or snow shower with the arctic front. we'll probably see some advisories for the snow in the mountains. very cold on fri
CBS
Jan 19, 2010 6:00pm EST
united states under a temporary protection status. meanwhile, thousands of survivors fend for themselves on the streets, grabbing whatever they could find and fighting in some cases for scraps. >>> but in some areas, order is being restored. people are lining up for water. merchants are selling their wear. and summer building pounds. another piece of good news, another woman pulled the lives from the rubble. -- pulled alive from the rubble. >>> monitoring the situation here, they are prepared to leave with the the local groups once they could get permission to land a charter plane with supplies out there in port-au-prince. and that's not easy, bruce. >> that's right. not just doctors here in the washington area. but the financial organizations of the advancements of haiti or noah, they have some 300 haitian american doctors. they already signed up, ready to return to their native country. >> reporter: these are the scenes that left their pour country. and they came to the u.s. to attend some of the best colleges in medical schools. >> and some of us, they really do have member
CBS
Jan 22, 2010 6:00pm EST
. >> haitians who are here in the united states illegally or without documents will have a chance to apply for gps and we figure that will be about 25,000. >> it is short for temporary protected status. president obama granted tps to haitian nationals who are already in the u.s. and that status would allow them to work and live in this country for the next 18 months while the effort to rebuild continues in haiti. >>> many americans in haiti have been rushing to get out of the country. and while hundreds are made it home many are stuck. sara well. has a story of one woman the u.s. is keeping out, even though she has lived in the country for decades she can't get home because she only has a green card and not citizenship. >> reporter: for her a trip to see haiti -- family at cyst umass as turned in to a nightmare. >> i'm hurt that i can't do anything for her right now. she was visiting her sister when the quake struck last week. in december she flew in on a commercial flight. for days now she's waited hours at the airport in port-au- prince hoping to get on a flight and return home. each time sh
CBS
Jan 11, 2010 6:00pm EST
-american candidate for president of the united states, trust me, this chairman and the dnc would be screaming for his head. >> as this are president obama, we are told he has accepted senator reed's apology, and he stands by him. >>> a series of carjackers the unnerving residents on capitol. one reason, moms with kids have been the targets in some cases. scott broom is live with the latest on what's going on. tell us more, scott. >> reporter: there have been at least a dozen of these carjacking incidents in september up on capitol hill, and the neighborhood is still tense, even though there have been at least eight arrests. it just keeps on happening. the targeted neighborhood has been between 10th and 14th streets northeast. the carjackers have been armed in some cases, and worst of all, at least some of the incidents have targeted moms with kids, because the moms are distracted, getting into cars, and some of these crimes are going down in broad daylight. today i talked to a mom who recently witnessed a carjacking on her block, and we've also talked to police chief kathy lanier ab
CBS
Jan 13, 2010 6:00pm EST
hundreds of thousands and many people are still trapped inside collapsed buildings. the united states and other nations are rushing to help sending everything from doctors and medical supplies to heavy equipment. >>> 9news now is partnering with care. and jody is the vice president for policy and advocacy. she joins us tonight. we know your organization helps to kind of, you know, eradiate poverty around the globe. you have to get your folks into haiti and check on the ones that are there. >> correct, we have 133 staff on the ground and haiti and we have been there for more than 50 years. we are established, the other news in terms of resources is the staff that we have there are very well trained in emergency situations and just two months to go, we did a training that included how to handle situations of earthquakes and other challenges of this magnitude, though, it's quite devastating and dire. >> this is an incredibly devastating thing to watch. you've been in the past few years, you've witnessed yourself the poverty, the extreme poverty there. how does this country sort of get back o
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